The CT’s David McLennan has struggled manfully to keep track of the rivers of gold being thrown at mental health by both parties.
According to the Canberra Times the Community Alliance is looking for a volunteer to organise their events. A little late in the day surely?
Norvan Vogt wants to keep things simple when it comes to mental health policy.
The CT tries to get across a growing mess in the upkeep of the Supreme Court. There’s a press conference with Simon and JonKat there this morning which might address the issues.
Simon Corbell has announced he’ll set up a “sentencing council” to slap around judges handing out inadequate sentences. Someone’s been listening.
Jon Stanhope is excited that the Green Building Council has opened a Canberra office. If re-elected he’ll give them $75,000 for a study on refurbishing old buildings with an eye to green star ratings. Wake me up when something happens.
Katy Gallagher is having a go at perceived failings in the Liberal mental health policy.
Andrew Barr would like to know where the Liberal education policy is. Lost behind the couch? Or the dog ate it?
Zed’s promised the Canberra Times that he’d move any power station / data centre away from Tuggeranong.
The election turns once more to Gungahlin with Zed announcing he will build a swimming pool, and even a PCYC, and a swag of other goodies besides.
Adam is calling for continuous disclosure of political donations. In this internet era the only reason why not to is an effort to put one over voters.
Mulcahy Canberra Party:
Richard Mulcahy is going in to bat for his beloved Canberra Symphony Orchestra. He wants more ACT Government funding for the music enjoyed by the wealthiest Canberrans.
One Nation On Wheels (aka The Australian Motorists Party) haven’t got anything official out, but I heard them on 666 yesterday calling for kids expelled from schools to be sent to Quamby, a facility we don’t even want to send criminally convicted felons to.
The Greens are calling on supporters to stay calm about early positive polling numbers. They’re asking supporters to keep putting in the hard yards.
Meredith Hunter promises the Greens would make better use of Federale funding for household energy efficiency.